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Local Students Among Bethel University Spring 2020 Graduates

McKENZIE (June 10) — A total of 359 Bethel University students have completed the requirements for graduation for Spring 2020.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, commencement for the May graduates will take place in conjunction with the August commencement on Saturday, August 1.
“Graduation is a special time,” stated Bethel University President Walter Butler. “It’s a celebration of a culmination of commitment, hard work and learning. I am so proud of these young women and men and excited for the impact that they will have in their careers, communities and families.”
Graduates from Weakley County include:
Dresden — Jim Crawford, College of Professional Studies, Associate of Science; Anne Kimbrell, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science; Emily Verner, College of Professional Studies, Associates of Applied Science
Gleason — Matthew Mayo, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science
Greenfield — Nicholas Herz, College of Arts & Sciences, Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude
Martin — Anita Hayslett, College of Professional Studies, Master of Business Administration; Linda Pogue, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science; Johana Romero, College of Arts & Sciences, Associate of Science, Cum Laude; Jamie Winstead, College of Professional Studies, Bachelor of Science
Bethel University is a private, not-for-profit university affiliated with the Cumberland Presbyterian Church located in McKenzie, Tennessee, offering both on-campus and online courses.

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